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2016 U.S. Videography End-User Study
This document contains the results of a U.S. video study conducted on the web in November 2016 to track video behaviors from camcorders, digital cameras and mobile devices. 1,501 qualified responses were received. The survey consisted of demographics questions and questions around video capture, storage and sharing behaviors. Demographics Banner 1 shows data broken out by: gender, age, annual HH income, age of children in the home, technology adoption, and videographer type.
2015 U.S. Photo and Video Sharing End-User Survey
This report details the results of InfoTrends' December 2015 web survey of U.S. consumers' photo and video sharing activities. Operators of social networking and photo/video sharing sites, developers of photo/video sharing apps, as well as vendors offering products and services to their users, can use the insights in this report to better prepare themselves for consumers' evolving expectations.
Millennials: Imaging Trendsetters for 2016 and Beyond
This study is designed to
provide detailed profiles of younger millennials (13-
23) and older millennials (24-35), with an eye toward
identifying differences both between and within
each segment. InfoTrends uses a combination of
research methods to develop millennial imaging
personas, and uncovers motivators / triggers that
lead to specific behaviors and specific purchase
2016 U.S. Photo Printing Study
This summary report and charts provide the results from InfoTrends' 2016 U.S. Photo Printing End-User Survey. In conducting this study, InfoTrends surveyed 1,471 Internet-connected households in the United States in September 2016. This PowerPoint file provides an executive summary, top trends and barriers/drivers of the photo print market, as well as the full set of charts from the survey, with detailed questions that delve into photo printing behavior, as well as reasons for not printing and future expectations.
2016 U.S. Mobile Imaging End User Study
This report highlights the demographics of camera phone users and non-users, discusses influential camera phone features and factors, and highlights respondents' mobile photo and video behaviors. The report also explores how today’s camera phones are affecting digital photography. Mobile phone manufacturers, app developers, and service providers can leverage the insights in this report to understand the wants and needs for current and future mobile photography products and services.
2016 U.S. Consumer Digital Camera End User Study
This report contains InfoTrends' 2016 U.S. digital camera end user web survey of 1,175 qualified respondents. It includes charts which present top-line results for all survey questions as well as corresponding Data Tabulations. InfoTrends is presenting this survey analysis in a new, PowerPoint format to allow our clients to more easily digest our insights and recommendations.
2016 Worldwide Camera Phone Market Forecast: 2015-2020
This study provides InfoTrends' World Wide forecast for camera phones. It includes historical data for 2015 as well as a forecast for 2016 - 2020. Forecast charts are broken down by region which includes North America, EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa), Japan, Asia Pacific, and Rest of World.
Spotlight on U.S. Professional Videographers
This spotlight report analyzes information gathered on professional videographers, as part of InfoTrends' 2015 U.S. Professional Photography survey. It examines the demographics and the behaviors of professional videographers—including age, gender, company background, devices used to shoot video, video editing, and lens ownership.
2015 U.S. Videography End-User Study
There is no shortage of options available to people wanting to shoot videos these days, they can use camcorders, digital cameras, mobile phones, wearable action cameras, and even tablets have the capability to capture video. This analysis report considers the videography habits of respondents who own digital camcorders, as well as digital cameras, mobile phones and tablets with video capabilities. There is also a new section that digs a little deeper into the use of YouTube and personal broadcasting apps.
2015 U.S. Professional Photographer Study
This document analyzes InfoTrends' 2015 Professional Photographer survey. It considers the behaviors of pro photographers, including the equipment that they own, their photo capture and printing habits, their videography behaviors, use of the Internet, the types of software products that they use, and photo merchandise offerings. This report offers advice that digital camera vendors and professional photographers can leverage to increase their own revenues.
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